Contact Information

101 4th Street SE
Rochester, Mn 55904 (Map)

Phone: 507-328-6800
Fax: 507-328-6975

Law Enforcement response
provided 24/7 

Lobby hours:
Mon-Fri 8:00 am to 4:30 pm

Dial 911 For Emergencies
Department Contacts

Narcotics Tip Line
507-328-6760
(This is a voicemail only line to leave tips or information)

Crime Stoppers

Rochester911.com

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Mission Statement 

The mission of the Rochester Police department is to provide exceptional service and superior protection by reducing crime and enhancing the quality of life of the first class community we serve.  The Rochester Police will accomplish this through strategic collaboration, along with a commitment to these core values: Integrity, Service, Compassion, Respect and Innovation. 

Request for Proposals - Vehicle Towing Service Contract

Beginning October 1 through 4:00 PM November 14, 2019, The Rochester Police Department (RPD) is requesting and will be accepting proposals for contract towing and storage of vehicles from qualified towing companies. Towing and storage of vehicles under this contract will be in response to police actions and include impound requests, traffic crashes where a preference is not provided, towing due to parking enforcement, and any other towing requests pursuant to Rochester City Code Chapter 11-4, Chapter 11-6, Minnesota State Statute 169.041, or any other RPD requests as authorized by law. Further information is available in the Request for Proposals packet and timeline

Interested in being a Rochester Police Officer? 

Use this link for more information.

Online Crime Reporting 

The City of Rochester, Minnesota and the County of Olmsted, Minnesota accepts certain non-emergency crime reports on-line.  If you are the victim or a witness of a crime that occurred within the city of Rochester or Olmsted County, you may submit your initial report online.  Based on the information you report, you may be contacted by an Officer/Deputy or Investigator.

This form should only be used for non-emergency reports.
If you wish to report an emergency or urgent incident please call 9-1-1.

 

Report Your Traffic Concerns Online 

If you have concerns about specific intersections, roadway segments or general areas of the City, please let us know by filling out our online form.

 

 

 

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